edJEWcon visits Charles E Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, Maryland
edJEWcon is grateful to have opportunities to visit many Jewish Day Schools across North America. We use these opportunities to learn about day-to-day operations, programs, pedagogies, activities, as well as outstanding educators and administrators who are making a difference in their Jewish Day School community and world. edJEWcon’s mantra is “Learn, Reflect, Share.” Andrea Hernandez […]
Don't Just Display
Donna Miller Fry in a post Where is the Beef? speaks directly to my own thinking when she asks: When we talk about “Visible Learning” and “Visible Thinking”, can we now focus more on the Thinking and Learning than on the Visible? I am thrilled that more and more educators are aware of the power […]
5 Opportunities to Amplify Your Writing and Rethink Writing Instruction
Writing has changed throughout history. Technology of the times has had an impact HOW, WHAT, and for WHOM we write. Nichole Pinkard affirms in a video by Edutopia’s Big Thinkers’ Series, that “Literacy has always been defined by technology”. The realization, that most of our daily reading happens in digital spaces when our (and our […]
http://www.edjewcon.org/images/2016/04/3things-i-wish-educators-knew-about-their-learning-by-Tolisano.png15362048Silvia Rosenthal Tolisanohttp://www.edjewcon.org/images/2015/11/edjewcon-logo.pngSilvia Rosenthal Tolisano2016-04-01 08:48:532016-04-01 08:48:533 Things I Wish Educators Knew About their Own Learning
edJEWcon is a conference based on 21st century professional development where attendees can experience a Jewish day school in transition to becoming a dynamic 21st century learning environment. We are sharing a vision of teaching and learning that transcends physical boundaries and connects across geographic borders and time zones.